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Speech Gene Regulates Brain?

New York, USA (Ivanhoe Newswire): Researchers have found the gene known as Foxp2 helps regulate the wiring of neurons in the brain. In 2001, scientists discovered that mutations of Foxp2 cause a rare form of speech and language disorder. This finding prompted years of intense research into the human gene and corresponding versions found in other species.
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Speech Gene Regulates Brain?

New York, USA (Ivanhoe Newswire): Researchers have found the gene known as Foxp2 helps modulate the wiring of neurons in the brain. In 2001, scientists detected that mutations of Foxp2 cause an uncommon form of speech and language disorder. This finding prompted years of acute research into the human gene and comparable versions found in other species.For more information, delight visit:www.ivanhoe.com/channels/p_channelstory.cfm?storyid=27412
Inttranews – Daily News Site for Linguists

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